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With the vital role websites play in the online branding of a business, it’s no surprise how website design is currently among the highest-selling gigs in the freelancing market. Ecommerce websites, for instance, are in high demand, giving its usefulness in the selling of products and services, increasing marketing activities, and others. All this translates to higher design projects and a large clientele base for freelance website designers.
Amid the anticipation for a new website design project, one vital document you should have is your eCommerce website quotation. This document is a summary of the service you are offering your potential client and your service charges. Having this document handy and professionally crafted is an advantage for every freelance website designer.
The importance of having your quotation ready each time a client requests for it cannot be overemphasized. Below are a few benefits to derive from having a winning quotation.
Just before you begin to draft any eCommerce website quotation, it is vital to be very certain about the specific needs your client contacted you for. Is it just for the design of the website, and the online page layout, or does it include other professional website services? An understanding of this will assist you in submitting the right quotation to your client.
The following are tips to guide you in having your website quotation ready.
Design – What kind of page design and layout does your client want? Also, bear in mind that installing an already existing template is different from a full custom design.
Functionality – Various functions can be integrated on an eCommerce platform. Find out from your client, the functions desired. Custom functionalities should increase your service charge.
Integration – Every eCommerce website requires a payment system. Whether your client is going for ERP integration or any other third-party payment system, it should also affect the total cost.
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